When can a token not be a token?: Indirectly legitimizing status discrimination through language
In his book “Discourse and Social Change” (1992) Norman Fairclough writes, “Discourse practices contribute to reproducing society as it is—explaining what is going on as well as transforming it.” He r
Categories: 2012, The Gnovis Blog
Exploring Intercultural Identity: Four Voices: Oh, Diversity!
For this entry, I was greatly educated and inspired by the book "Multiculturalism & Intergroup Relations: Psychological implications for democracy in a global context" by Fathali M. Moghaddam. Americ
Categories: 2011, Globalization Column, The Gnovis Blog